A new book and exhibition both aim to show how comic books and graphic novels were the first to depict the Shoah, and its victims, in popular culture
At Janovska, the Auschwitz of Ukraine, I saw skulls, hypodermic needles and tons of trash. Looters desecrate mass graves of Jews, searching for gold; the sites’ histories are ‘revised’, overwritten by Christian and nationalist symbolism. This is why we should still care
The painting, worth at least $300,000, was stolen from a Paris bank vault in 1941
What some contemporary heroes of culture and politics have in common is not contempt for the law, but contempt for guilt
A recently discovered phone book that was prepared when the Nazis invaded Germany helps set up a modern tool: First-of-its-kind database helps users find lost family properties
It’s the one cultural boycott Israel backs: An informal ban on public performances of Hitler’s favorite composer, Richard Wagner. Musicians can be anti-Semitic – but can their music?
‘He compared himself to Hitler!’ the liberals mewled. But Israel needs straight-talking, confident friends who don’t flinch at ludicrous things like international law. All hail Duterte, the very best of Israel’s bedfellows
The Philippines’ president, currently in Israel for a four-day visit, once drew a comparison between himself and the leader of Nazi Germany